Econo Lodge Nashville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I’ve ever been in called Pangea.
We are currently on the road to St. Louis; our last and final destination. Since mom and Rob had the weekend off from work as well they are coming along for the ride. We are excited to see Jesse and Lexi, our good friends who live here. Blake and I have traveled and spent a lot of time in St. Louis since we’ve been dating and it is always a great time! We are looking forward to ending this amazing trip with some good ...
... childhood in the museum and touring his two room home – and that’s two ROOMS (not two bedrooms). They lost that home when Elvis was 3 because Dad went to prison for a while for forging a check. (Did not know that).
Then we hopped back on the Natchez Trace Parkway again. Did I mention that it is 444 miles? Did I ...
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Also one of my favorite things, FREE to use..except for the wave pool and golf..you have to pay for that, but the greenway, playground and picnicking is free...There are also some skate board jumping areas aka Skate Park for the ...
... in, I teamed up with this lovely Korean girl Ester. We both didn't want to eat dinner alone so we headed out. Firstly we went and checked out the Music City Walk of Fame where I saw quite a few familiar names such as Keith Urban, Kings of Leon and Elise Presley. After this and an hour of checking out all the activities on the street, we headed across to 12S and went to a Man vs Food Nation restaurant, Roosters. Apparently, it had great Southern food. After a massive plate of ...
... flu drugs, then out again to do some exercise, because she's crazy. After she returned for the last time and took a shower, we went out to grab some dinner at a little Thai joint just across the bridge over Cumberland River. I had drunken noodles (that were actually spicy) with some steamed dumplings and Kelsey grabbed an eggplant and tofu stir fry with some cold rolls, and considering how good everything tasted, we almost felt bad that it only cost $30. On the walk home we stopped ...